Frequent retrieval increases retention. That is, when something is retrieved frequently after learning it, it will increase its retention for a long time. Thus tests are a must for retaining something for a long time and also to check for one’s preparedness for the exam.
UPSC exam is different from most other competitive exams. It checks not just a candidate’s knowledge, but also one’s analytical skill, time management, crisis management and logical thinking. It is vital not to score negative marks than to score positive marks in the preliminary exam. A candidate must be good at the skill of ‘elimination method’ to arrive at answers. This skill can be learnt through practice. Thus, aspirants should solve as many tests as possible to increase their potential of cracking the exams.
Aram IAS academy conducts series of tests for all the three stages of the exam process. We are proud to claim that our questions are on par with UPSC questions.